Over the last 15 years, Bruce formed a lot of close friendships at the club, and probably spent a lot of time hanging with his pals in those places, which many assumed will automatically be off-limits to Caitlyn. Obviously, this caused a lot of controversy because Caitlyn could possibly not enjoy the same privileges at the same club that Bruce did.
The good news is that, according to TMZ, Sherwood Country Club (which is closed for renovations until December) says that they're open to an appeal from Caitlyn herself and she could make a case to keep the same privileges that Bruce had.
What's more, in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, a rep for Sherwood County Club said that Caitlyn, a valued member of the club, is as welcome as ever. "Reporting of discord between Ms. Jenner and this club is entirely false. Bruce Jenner has and continues to be a valued and long term member at the Club," they explained.
In a statement to CBS Los Angeles, the club echoed a similar sentiment, saying, "Caitlyn Jenner will continue to be a valued member of Sherwood Country Club, enjoying all it has to offer its members."
And it sounds like Caitlyn's calendar is going to fill up quickly with tee times. Actor Mark Wahlberg and Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean both say they can't wait to hit the links with her.